Dianne Post argues that prostitution is a form of exploitation, and that the only proper response is to abolish it.
Steven Wagner argues that prostitutes are not acting voluntarily and thus should not be considered workers at all. They are slaves.
Maggie McNeill debunks shoddy research about sex work and argues that criminalization itself is to blame for the vast majority of remaining problems.
Ronald Weitzer condems the repetition of some common myths about the sex trade.
Dianne Post argues that we measure societies by how they treat the disadvantaged, and in this respect prostitutes are a key test.
Maggie McNeill challenges Dianne Post for her continued reliance on biased and even fraudulent research.
Dianne Post argues that even if prostitution were well-paid and otherwise agreeable, it would still be an affront to women's equality and dignity.
Ronald Weitzer discusses the recent ruling on prostitution by Canada's Supreme Court.
Maggie McNeill argues that women are individuals, not a collective entity, and that individual sex workers should be free to make their own choices
Dianne Post discusses Canada's recent ruling on prostitution.